|Avalanche reports – Know before you go.|
|www.avalanche.org||avalanche centers in United States|
|www.avalanche.ca||avalanche centers in Canada|
|Avalanche Equipment Manufacturers|
|www.backcountryaccess.com||beacons, shovels, probes, packs.|
|www.mammut.ch||beacons, shovels, probes, packs.|
|www.ortovox.com||beacons, shovels, probes, packs.|
|www.pieps.com||beacons, shovels, probes, packs.|
|www.bdel.com||shovels, probes, packs.|
|www.genuineguidegear.com||shovels, probes, packs.|
|Dealers– That carry avalanche gear and have taken a class from Avalanche 1.|
|www.snowavigear.com|| All gear is selected & tested by Mike Duffy. 100% guarantee.
|www.haboost.com||turbos for mountain sleds|
Thunder Mountain Lodge. www.thundermountainlodge.net If you like powder, boondocking, exploring and no crowds this is the place. 800 square miles of riding and they average 35 feet of snow a year. I guide here upon request. I’ll show you the goods! will also give you some avalanche training and take photos/video.
Vagabond Ranch. www.vrhuts.com. If you like snowmobile skiing/boarding this is the place. Snowmobile access to unreal tree skiing and snowboarding. Get in plenty of runs a day.
Riding Schools-Improve your skills in one weekend. Learn in one weekend what it would take you years to learn on your own.
Backcountry Basics: www.backcountrybasics.com
Snow reports– Find out where the snow is.
weather reports: www.noaa.gov
snowpack maps: http://www.wcc.nrcs.usda.gov/cgibin/westsnow.pl
Snowmobile Associations– Join to help protect our riding areas. Help pay for the groomed trails to get to the powder.
Blue Ribbon Coalition: www.sharetrails.com